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Apple CEO Tim Cook Defends 'Dreamers' Program

Apple CEO Tim Cook Defends 'Dreamers' Program

Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the government program that protects young immigrants in the U.S. illegally and called immigration the “biggest issue of our time.”

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More Charges, New Defendant in Texas Human Smuggling Case

More Charges, New Defendant in Texas Human Smuggling Case

Authorities say the driver of a semitrailer found outside a San Antonio Walmart in July packed with immigrants, including 10 who died, faces additional charges in the smuggling case and another defendant has now...

3 hours ago

500 SF Buildings Miss Deadline for Seismic Improvements

500 SF Buildings Miss Deadline for Seismic Improvements

Experts say that a major earthquake is expected to hit the Bay Area within the next 30 years, but the question remains: Are Bay Area buildings prepared?

3 hours ago

'Free' Health Check-Up Turns Into Medical Billing Headache

'Free' Health Check-Up Turns Into Medical Billing Headache

NBC Bay Area Responds to a Mountain View woman whose simple checkup at the doctor's office gave her weeks of billing headaches.

3 hours ago

Passengers Arriving at SFO From Mexico City Shaken, Relieved

Passengers Arriving at SFO From Mexico City Shaken, Relieved

Can you imagine being in a jet on an airport runway or on top of a tall building when a powerful earthquake hits. It happened Tuesday to dozens of people heading out of Mexico City to the Bay Area.

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California Condors Return to the Skies After Near Extinction

California Condors Return to the Skies After Near Extinction

Three decades after being pushed to the brink of extinction, the California condor is making a comeback in the wild, but constant vigilance is needed to ensure the endangered bird doesn’t reverse course.

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Bay Area Residents Try to Contact Family in Hurricane Ravaged Puerto Rico

Bay Area Residents Try to Contact Family in Hurricane Ravaged Puerto Rico

Bay Area residents are on edge waiting to hear from family members in Puerto Rico. Sam Brock reports.

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Bay Area Residents Try to Contact Family in Puerto RIco

Bay Area Residents Try to Contact Family in Puerto RIco

Puerto Rico absorbed a direct hit from Hurricane Maria, knocking out power to all of the 3.5 million people who live there and making communication for family and friends challenging.

3 hours ago

Sheriff's Vehicles Tagged With Disturbing Messages

Sheriff's Vehicles Tagged With Disturbing Messages

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputies were the target of vandals Tuesday night in Cupertino, according to sheriff's officials.

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Facebook Adds SF's 181 Fremont Tower as Office Space

Facebook Adds SF's 181 Fremont Tower as Office Space

To increase physical presence in the Bay Area, Facebook has signed a lease for the entire office portion of the 181 Fremont luxury tower in San Francisco.

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 SJSU Professor Calls Student 'Arabian Princess' in Letter
SJSU Professor Calls Student 'Arabian Princess' in Letter

A tense situation involving a San Jose State University professor accused of sexual harassment may soon get more heated.

Sheriff's Vehicles Tagged With Disturbing Messages
Sheriff's Vehicles Tagged With Disturbing Messages

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputies were the target of vandals Tuesday night in Cupertino, according to sheriff's officials.

'We're Going to Get Better': Officials on Heatwave Response
'We're Going to Get Better': Officials on Heatwave Response

San Francisco public health officials admitted at a hearing Wednesday that they could have done a better job handling the city’s record Labor Day heat wave.

ACLU, Speakers Distance Themselves From Cal Free Speech Week
ACLU, Speakers Distance Themselves From Cal Free Speech Week

The ACLU of Northern California released a strongly-worded statement rebutting claims that it was helping the UC Berkeley student group organize the controversial Free Speech Week tentatively scheduled...

Torrential Rains Continue on PR After Hurricane Maria
Torrential Rains Continue on PR After Hurricane Maria

The strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in over 80 years tore off roofs and doors, knocked out power across the entire island and unleashed catastrophic flash flooding Wednesday in an onslaught that...

CA's Earthquake Early Detection System Only Halfway Complete
CA's Earthquake Early Detection System Only Halfway Complete

California, Oregon, and Washington have been working on an early warning detection system for earthquakes since 2006, but the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit has learned the system is still only about 50 percent...